Mindless Spending

Are you living within your means ?Are you using credit cards to pay for things you can’t afford? So many people have realized that, before the pandemic, they were spending way too much on things they did not need. The amount of money they were wasting became apparent when they were order to stop…well, doing things. Mindless spending on shared car services, personal care, fitness and travel has come to the light in the wake of the crisis. Cut back on those unnecessary purchases.

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9 Responses to Mindless Spending

  1. Very good advice. Great post


  2. I can’t spend because I’ve had to put everything into my house. But honestly I don’t need to spend because it’s all work and study. But son doesn’t even think I should be doing stuff at the house. 🤦🏽‍♀️🤷🏽‍♀️. I love this tho. I’ve surely been this person before.

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  3. Hamish says:

    I’ve started to consciously take notice of how much I spend on eating out. It’s fluctuates over the past five years, but I am working on reducing the amount of money I spend on food unnecessarily, do I can put more towards better things, like supporting the causes our church seeks to around the world.

    Thank you for sharing this. ❤️

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